Welcome to our website. We believe that good relationships between home, school and community are vital so that our children are given the best possible support in their early years. We are committed to working in partnership with you and we feel that this web-site adds another dimension to links between home and school. We welcome any suggestions about how we can improve our site.
As always please feel free to speak to me in the mornings as I welcome the children outside school or drop in to make an appointment or give me a ring. I do appreciate the time you take to speak with me.
The children enjoyed preparing food for the picnic. https://t.co/oglhjS5Spg
Y1 had a teddy bears' picnic and made some healthy eating choices. https://t.co/3I9TXTmNYr
Friday is Children in Need Day. The theme is Get Active and the children are asked to wear sporty clothes. We are doing some workouts with Pudsey during the day! £1 donation would be appreciated. #ChildrenInNeed2019 https://t.co/FL6CzOI3Er
Our children took part in an Odd Socks assembly to celebrate difference; part of Anti Bullying week. #OddSocksDay #AntiBullyingWeek https://t.co/rJP89fLgWE
Our Y2 children attended the Armistice Day service at Alexander House while our Y1 children remembered the fallen by creating a group piece of art as a tribute. #ArmisticeDay #LestWeForget https://t.co/WvQh8MjLIl
Thank you to our dedicated staff who made it into school this morning. A great effort everyone. https://t.co/3OgfYpOKrP
Foundation Stage learning today had a poppy theme. #RemembranceDay https://t.co/nzUxYz1IHK
Saturn class worked collaboratively to produce some number lines. https://t.co/rtr2LZvyW5
Photograph day tomorrow. Families with older children can arrive from 8am. Smile please! https://t.co/r5OjkPeL4w
Saturn class have created some firework pictures with pastels and are looking forward to Bonfire Night. https://t.co/xi2DdKPb7v
Y1 children have created their family trees over half-term. Great work! https://t.co/hG1LxJGoON
Each month the children are awarded a badge if they walk to school at least once a week.
This half term our year 1 children have loved learning about the natural world around them through their topic ‘The Enchanted Woodland’.
Could you be an academy governor? If you have an interest in, and commitment to, improving education and would like to make a difference within your community then please get in touch with us.
The F2 children visited Cannon Hall Farm earlier this year to launch their topic ‘Do cows drink milk?’
Askern Moss Road Infant Academy